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JOHN A. MEARS, President.
BENJAMIN HUGHES, Vice President.
JOHN T. RICHARDS, Treasurer.
Office: Price Building
AH CH BALD.
Cnnrlfs B. E.ttou will be a candidate
for delegatv to the Republican conven
tion from the Seoonil ward of tin:
borough. Mr. Eaton has reoresented
his wurd on many previous oconious
and hue given such general satisfaction
that he will not be ODDosed this trip.
It has len rumored that Thomas
Mi ran, jr., would bo a candidate for
dtltgat from the game ward to the
Democratic conrentlon. Mr. Morati
desires It said that he it hot and will
not be a candidate.
James P. McAudrew, of Salem
street, is ill with fever.
The new dwelling houss of William
Daily at the corner of Wayne and
Cemetery streets is noarinR comple
tion. It will bo au on:. mi 'lit to that
pirt of tba town,
.Mir. Fannie Nealon, mother of Mrs.
Michael Sweeny, of North Main street,
died full of years and honor at her
home in Carbondale yesterday. Mrs.
Nealon was Weil known here and had
many Iriiuds who will be sorry to
learn of her death,
John J. Collins, of Scrantou, spent
Sunday at his old home here.
The Carbondale Traction company
intends to have its entire line in this
bcrough lu operation beforo next Sun
day unless iireventod by unfavorable
weather. It is is said urruneuitMitR
have been made by which the tracks at
the lower end of the line will be crossed
witnout trouble, butie now remains
to be doue except the wiring, placing
of frogs and ballasting at certain places
along the extension. The rains of last
week greatly interfered with the con
struction of the traok or it would
probably bo in operation now.
A child of Michael Rupp, of Hill
street, died on Friday and was buried
The annual teachers' examination
was conducted by Snp.riutend.int Tay
lor on Saturduy. The cla.H numbered
twenty-fijtbt, of which twenty-two
were from Archbald.
Owing to an orror of the types the
date of the excursion of the East Side
baud to Farviow was wrongly given.
The excursion will be held on Monday,
The Kniyhts of Father Mathew are
making greut preparations for their
reception on the night of the 30th inst.
Tho most beautiful scenes ever wit
nessed in St. Thomas' church were
those of Sunday morning and evening,
when tho solemn ceremony of first
communion and the reception of the
Blessed Virgin's and Angels' sodalities
took place. At 8.30 o'clock mass about
130 little boys anil girls received holy
communion lor the first time, and with
them wero the Angels' sodality, 800 in
all. The little girls were dressed In
white, with flowers and veils, and as
they marched in procession around the
church they made a pictnro of remark
able beauty. Preceding them were
tho acolytes bearing a cross and lielited
candles, and after them the boys who
were about to receive ror the first time.
As tboy moved in procession. Mla
Foote, the ornauist, played an insoir
iug march. The mais was continued
far beyond its usual length owing to
mo inrge nntneer ot communicants.
Beautiful as the scene of the morning
unaonuteaiy was it was surpass-d at
the sodality reception in the evening.
The prOMflion wliiah moved into the
church at 8 o'clock contained nearly
500 persons, tho number at the morn
ing Mass having been angmented by
the Blessed Virgin's sodality. The
sodalitos passed along the uni:i aisles
and took the placos assigned to thorn.
The reception was oondncted by
Father Coffey, of Carbondale. assisted
by Father Crawford. Father Coffey
preached a ec: lii Jii admirably adapted
to the occaaiou. His text was the
Fourth commandment. His sermon
clearly explained the duties of cltililrer:
and was filled with good thoughts fit
tingly expressed. Tne services closed
with benediction. The events of Sun
day represented a great d-ml of hard
work on the part of Father Crawford,
but the work whs not in vain, for never
was thorea morn gratifying exhibition
of r-jligious z?al and onergy shown
On Sunday last fitting memorial ser
vices wore held at the Baptist church
in this villago.
A large delegation of tho G. A. R,
post, S. of V. and Woman's Riflel corp.
also of tho Masonic fraternity of Elm
hurst and Moscow, together with Chris
tian Endeavor nnd Enworth T,nai7iip
Of tho nliiCP: Veterans nnd msinm
marclie 1 nn to the frn:it nf tnn nhnnth
aftr which fonr flower girls Dinned
boaneta on each vete ran nnd mason
They were seated in front seats which
had been reserved fo r them.
Tho church was beautifully decorated
Homes in the city.
Fresh, Pure Water, Electric
Light, Street Car Service at
thed oor, Churchesand Schools.
This is what the Fair View
Land Company offer. .
Call and see the map. Lots
at Low Prices. Take the Tay
lor or the Eynon street cars
and view the city from this
most delightful spot.
with flowers and draped 'vith fli;:e.
The MttdUnrom, I.otnrrrovii, vetttbol"
nn-i porches worn crowded and many
left tint oouid not obt.iiu seats. Aftir
singing, a poem was rendered bv Dr,
Batesm, of this place; reading ot Scrip
ture by the pastor s sou, then tho pas
tor delivered one of tho finest, most im
pressive, logical memorial addresses
that was ever listened to In Elmhurst.
There will be Memorial services at
the eeinetery in Elmhurst, Aldres by
the Rev. Mr. McLean one of the f res
bytertan clergymen of this place, next
Wednesday, Muy 30. All are cordially
invited to attend.
W. a Trim and wife, of Went Pitts
ton, spont Sunday with the former's
parents Professor and Mrs. Trim, in
Mis MottieSpittigne.of Cirbondal",
in tho t uest of her sister, Mrs. W. II
Rev. Father Coronsr, pastir of St.
Agnes' church in this place, visited at
John Mnxey has purthased Clark
Avery's ioe cr 'am trade lminess.
F. J. Osgood is a deb gato to the
convention ot the order of bolone
which is being held in Pittsburg this
A largo number of Delaware and
Hudson con! trains passed over the
'Jeff" Sunday. This is the first time
any Sunday running has been done by
the Delaware and Hudson in a long
Rev. P. B Kennjdy, the new Pres
byterian minister, preached two olo
quent sermons in this place Sunday,
and nlso occupied the pulpit of the Sec
ond Presbyterian churoli at Carbondale
The condition of F. Cunningham, sr.,
who has been seriously 111, is improv
ing. Attorney L P. Wedeman was pro
teosionaiiy engaged in Soranton yes
H. K. Vaughn, tho Truth representa
tive at Carbohdnle, visited in this
borough during the Sibbath.
John E. Free, who has'beeu employed
oy tho General Electric company nt
Wyoming for some months past, visited
Acquaintances in Forest City Sunday,
prior to his leaving for his homt in
Baltimore for a short visit. Up m his
return he will look after the above
company's interesta at Pittsburg.
Land Agent McCormic, of Scranton,
was looking after the interests of the
Hillside company in this borough yos
terday, A number of persons from this place
were taking in tho beautiful sights and
scenes of thnt pleasant summer resort,
Crystsl Lake, Sunday.
At the meeting of the Epworth
lei'une tonight (Tuesday) there will be
n practice in the use of p irliamentary
rules. Loaders L. P. Wedeman for the
majority and F. J. Osgood for th"
minority. This practice will ba bene
ficial to all who have the ploasnre of
Active operations have begun at the
clearing of the debris at No. 2 shaft.
Constable John Jones bad two depu
ties arrived nt his home last week in tho
sh ipe of two bright little boys.
.tomorrow (Wednesday) evnin'r the
groat cantata, "Jeptha und Ilis Daugh
ter," will be rendered at the Opera
house by a strong company of local
lingers who, under the direction of
Professor John L. Morgan, have prac
ticed faithfully for a long timo this
cantata until their rendition of it is al
most perfect. It should be wall pat
ronized, as it is for the worthy Enter
prise riro company, who90 services
hnvo been much appreciated inauy a
time. Prices, 25, 35 and 50 cants.
liev. Mr. Jones, mslor of the Bip-
tist church at Clifford, was conducting
the usual morning servio Sunday at
tbat church and had finished the .-.
liminary exeroisos aud win about to
proach his Memorial sermon when he
staggered and dropped to the fbor. II
was taken to tho parsonage near by
and expired in a short time. The
cause of his death was np iploxy. His
many friends will loam with regret of
ms sniKien demise.
George Kitthart, the popular
hutoher, sp-Mit Sunday in Gibson Mr.
Kistlinrt left today for a short soj mrn
with Hezletou friends.
Rev. D. P. Liiimus. pastor of the
Baptist churc ii in this place, preached
memoilal a niton before the Grand
Army of the R -public post of this
borough Sunday. Tho svruion waB
very eltquent and was listened atten
tively to by a large congregation. A
delegation- from Junior Order United
American Mechanics wero present.
tJtmrles liuckland had an arm badly
i queened I etw"i two cars while at
work nt the Clifford colliery today.
t,x-Lounty uainmisuoner Dennii
Casey, of Susquehanna, was greeting
old lima friends in town today.
For Colds, Croup. Asthma. Bronchitin
anil h'oro Throat Die Dr. Thomas' Edoctric
Oil, and get tho genuine.
Yesterday WAS a conspicuou day for
this placf, it being the occasion of the
first Quarterly meeting in the Motho-t-
ist Episcopal clnp-1 of tho Summit.
Some of tiie knowing ones not in full
sympathy predicted a slight attend
ance. But the cougregatlou was lurge
and 100 oommuolbnnts p;rtook of the
sacrament. Presiding Elder Eckinan
preached a very exoellent aud instruct
ive sermon from the Hecond chapter of
A number of our tOWipeopla lintenod
to tho address of Professor Diskie at
tho Frothinghmn, and wero highly
pleaocd with tint clear and well de
fined thrusis at the g.ent obstacles to
moral and political reform.
Invitations are out annou icing the
marring! Of Miss Anno Fowler, of this
place, to M. O. Van Budtirk, of Bald
Mount, June 0
Mrs John Kicker was detniued from
church through sickness. VVu hope she
will soon recover.
Frank Magor moved into his new
house at Woodlawn, Saturday last.
Mrs. Buumgnrdner, a lady of 81
years, is visiting her duushter, Mrs.
Miss Grace King spent several days
last woek lu Scranton with friends.
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William Scull, of Sonth Second
street, who hes been confined to the
house for a number of weeks with in
flammation of the eyes is able to go
Thursday evening the Young Men's
institute will hold their third annual
banqut at tho Windsor hotel.
The parade of William Hunter post,
G. A, k. nnd the various societies will
move at 9 N. m. to morrow from the
oorner of Main and Bacon street
Headed by the citizens' band they will
ih np Main nnd dow-i Sooal
t, th.-ncB to the cemet.iry. There
I In. fr,ll,. ..a nrlli K nV
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served" ''My Country 'Tis of Thee,"
cho'.r; prayer, Rev. F. Gendall; aelec
lion, band; aadres', J. C. Tnruer;
selection, choir; nddrsss, A. A. Ayers;
selection, band. Salute. Firing squad
sous of veterans. Dismissal, and re
turn to G. A. R. hall In the evening
an entertainment will be given, the
program bus already been published.
Thomas M, Griffiths is doing jury
doty this week.
Frieuds of John Shny, who was
killed by an eleetrio oar, camo here
yesterday morning accompanied by an
nudertaker and removed the remains
to his home in Plymouth. Justic.i of
the Peaoo McGowan of Mayfield em
panelloled a jury and they after
viewing the remain adjourned until
i his evening.
Thieves broke into the Ontario and
Western ticket oflloe Sunday night,
going from there to the freight house,
this they unlocked with keys taken
from the tieket office. Nothing of
valuo was secured, but Station Agent
Dunn would be glad to recover the
Those interested reqivst that all who
have not yet attended to cleaning up
their lots in the cemetery will do so
to-lay. No doubt a large number of
people will visit the grounds tomorrow
and they wish everything to be in good
Ed Mott, of the New York Sun, is n
gnsst at the home of William Ham.
William Muir, of Atlantio City,
passed Sunday at the home of hie
A large congregation greeted Rev.
W. H. Swift Sunday morning when he
preached bis sermon, "A Pastor's
Opinion of tho Kirmess. " In opening
ms sermon he said that be had no mess
age for the members of other churches
or for the world. Ho did not criticize
the estimable young lady who had
charge of the kirmess. His message
was to his own p'ople. He wituessed
the kirmess. The dancers wore facin
aling. Its danger lay in Its fascination.
His objections to it had five valid rea
sons, In the first place it
was an expensive way of raising
money. It took f.'l to send $1
down to the armory nt the foot of
Eleventh street, whereas it would
take but about 7 eents to send 1 to the
foreign missions. S'coadiy, tho phy
sical strain upon the young people
was too intense They over-exerted
themselves. In tho third place, it in
terferred with the work of the public
school. Scholars were kept out of
school. Their minds were kept from
their studies. Fourth, he objected fo
it on moral grounds. The chancing off
of articles and the tendency of lower
ing the tone of true womanhood. List,
it interfered with the growth and de
velopment of spiritual life.
In an interview with one of our prom
inent lawyers today, he stated to the
TltinuNE reporter that he believed the
kirmess had a bsd and demoralizing
effect on the lives of the young people,
especinlly tho yonnger giris who took
part. It gave them a bold air, and
would be apt to affect their after life.
Eight hundred people attended the
services at St. John's church bunday
night and listenod to the sermon of
Rev. J. J Doberty to tho graduating
class of '01. The words of the reverend
fpeaker were listened to with keen in
terest. Among other things, tie ad
vised tho young men not to feel puffed
up, thiuking thoy knew more than
their fathers. They had advantages
in acquiring an education that their
ancestors did not have. The public
schools and cheaper bonks placed
knowledge within easy reach.
The Grand Army of tho Republic
ntiouded the Episcopal church In a
body Sunday evening, where they
listenod to the words of Rev. V. H,
Berghans, Mr. Berghaus reviewed in
part the battles, trials and triumphs of
tho civil war. He spoke of the vie
torios, defeats and bravery of both
armies. IIo did not believe in war
and bailed with joy that the time had
come when the disputes between coun
tries could be settled by international
arbitration. Ho praised the men who
had answered the call to dutv when
this country was in danger, nnd was
glad to think that there were memorial
services when men could gather to
gether and review the past, when they
could meet iu prayer and thanksgiv
lho game ot base ball between the
cigar makers and team from the
Honeidlle Shoe company's factory has
William ii. Malh. Scranton Truth.
passed Sunday in Scranton.
Qt'ixsy troubled me for twontv voarn.
Since I started uing Dr. Thomas' Eeloc
trie Oil, have not bad an attack. Tho oil
cures sore throat at once. Mr. Letta Con
ard, Stnndisii, Mian., Oct. W, '83.
The Electrics will play the Uninns
ot Hyde Park, on Wednesday on the
Aflersever.il requests by the Monte
the drama, "The Confederate Sny "
win on given in June lor tue benefit of
the Price library.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) tho memhoro
of Price library will have a day's ont-
lug to Mountain Lake. They will
leave here on tho 8 05 street car to
uaecbstrfot, bontb Scranton.
The family of the lute Rests W
Reese wtfh to return their sinooro
thanks to those who assisted them in
their late sad bereavement.
Misses Ktte and Jennie Burke, of thft
Sibley, are home after two months'
visit in mtiDurg,
1 he Mineral ceremonies of thn Inta
departed Reese W. Beeso took place on
ounnay niteruoon and were attended
by no less than 3.000 Dionle. At o,
o'clock the remains were born fr, thn
Welsh Baptist church, of which thn
departed was a member. Services were
commoted by Hovs. William Thomas
and Dr. H. H. Harris. TIip honorary
pall bearers were David M. Davis, of
Scrantou; David Griffiths, of Minooka;
.moiiias james. Thus. II. Jenkins, Wm
P. Griffiths aud J. B. Daniels. Th
American Protestant lodge Knights of
i-yininB, ivniglits of (iolden Eagle, W,
A. Conned division W. R. of P. and
Scacis lodge F. and A. M. Borough
council and other officers of tho bor
ough attended the fuueral. At Hyde
Park the H. N. Donnell division and
Scranton division U. R. of K. of P., led
by the Hayes Drum corps, met tbe pro
cession and marched to the cemetry.
Services at the grave were oonducted
by Acaclu lodge F. nnd A. M.
"Thk Face ok Rosk.ifeu"
The ladies' aid society will miet in
the lecture room of the Methodist Epis
copal church this afternoon.
Rev. Cochrane, of Rsndham, will
preach in tbo Methodist Eotsoopal
churoli this evening. A praise and
thanksgiving service will also be held.
George Ives returned home Sstnrday
night from Colorado, whore he had
been for the past year.
Tho Wonian'a Foreign Missionary
society will me-t in the Pr sbyterian
church Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Wtllism E. Olds, of Carthage.
Mo., is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
D. H. Wildrick spent Sunday with
bis daughter, Mn, He9sler, at Wilkes
Barre. William Mrmie was at Pittston San
day afternoon to hear Rev. Bliss.
Rev. William F. Jenkins, of Wilkes
Barre, preached twice last Sunday
morning and evening at the Calvaols
tio Methodist ohurch at the Ridge.
David X Davies. of Bell Place, eir
culated anions his many friendi at
Charles T. Keller visited his son,
Gavlord. nt RtoAHAakMM i .. . uai...i..
j , hi, in, uniqiu.j .
Extensive preparation! are being
m t,. ....... Ir i, .1 I
wwoim iuvuiuriai imy in a
fitting manner. The different societies
of this place toeether with the boro
ongh officials, Sunday school children
and private citizens, will join in the
parade. The states will be represented
by little girls. A good speaker has
been secured, music will be given by
the band drum corps and the choirs of
We wore glad to see the genial face
of our former pastor's wife, Mrs.
Hiorns, with us on Sunday.
The Grand Army of the Republic
attendod divine service iu tho Baptist
ohuron (Sunday evening, where they
listened to a grand discourse by the
pastor, the Rev. Gnoet. The church
was filled and all with one accord pro
nounced it the grandest sermon ever
listened to ou a like ocoasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert House, of
South Canaan, wore visitors here ou
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webster and
son Arthur, of Booth Canaan, and
Arthur and Mhs Uattie Jenkins and
Miss Auna Enslyn, of Dnnmore, were
the gussts of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jen
kins last Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Dougherty, of
Carbondale, spent Suuduy with rela
tives in town.
Harry Cmirsen, of Scranton, was a
caller in town on S.ituulay.
Mr. H. E. Barnes und wife start for
Delswure county, New York state,
their former homo, this week. They
will go with their own conveyance.
The charter of Warnhpa Tribe lately
exeouted by our townsman. E H. Rit
ter, is truly a work of art and beauty.
We doubt if its equal can be found iu
Mrs. Richard Hiorns, of Scranton,
addressed the Woman's Foreign Mis
sionary society in the Methodist Epis
copal church here lust Sunday evening.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union have securtd the Ledyard hull
and will serve to the public on Memo
rial Day all the delioacies of the sea
son, including an old-fashioned lunch
Singing nnd speaking will be the order
of the evening.
Maud and Mrs. Albert Nicol ot.
Archbald spent the Sabbath in this
W, D. Frank of Scranton spent Snn
dav with friends in this city.
George Higgins of Syractisa, N. Y.,
is n visitor in this city.
Mrs. Burt Bennett of Saranton is
the guest of Mrs. Doyle of this city.
Mrs. Henry Smith returned borne on
Saturday from a brief visit with
friends iu Scranton.
Mrs. C. T. Rix and daughter,
Frances, of Nowburg, N. Y., is the
guests of F. S. Rix, of Garfield avenue.
A regular meeting of Carbondale
board of trade occurred last evening at
the municipal building. Busine.is of
much importance was transacted.
Miss Lma Tyler returned to her
home in E'orest City yesterday morn
ing, after a few days' visit in this city
as the guest or Miss Mae H illock, of
Gilbert sir et.
Sun lay morning at 5 25 o'clock oc
cured the (loath of Mrs. Francis Neal
on at the home of her son, Stephen
Nealon, of Pike street. D-iceagad wis
born in Croasinolina, Ireland and 98
years of age. Fuueral will occur Wed
nesday morning at 10 o'clock A re
quiem mass will bo celebrated in St.
Hose church. Rev. J. J. Cnrran rffici
atiug. Intermeiit will be made in the
family plot iu St. Rose cemetery.
ino alarm or rare sounded at an early
hour yesterday morulng caused by the
burning of a barn in the Fifth ward on
feck avenue owned by Patrick Lrncli.
injured While Coasting
Impure Blood Asserts Itself
But Hood's Sarsparllla Curos the
Disease end Rostores Health.
"(1. t. Hood tc Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" During tle v Inter of 1687, 1 was Injured on
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muotl lit fir.it, but soon liecamo more painful, my
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night. I was attended by several different doc
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grew rapidly worse. Karly In 1F00 I had to DM
oriltelies and my healthWas very Door, having
lest my appetite oad being reduoed In flesh. In
tho fall of is.ll I had to take to my bed and
it was thought
I Would Not Llvo
until iprlufc During all this time I had tried
many dlKtrent medicines but did get relief. In
tho meantime to givo me relief, tho sovernl
bunches around my kneo were lanced and later
every effort made, to heal tho running sores but
all iu vain. Thr-n It was, while confined to my
bed last spring, that my father, having read
much about tho merits of Hood's Sarsaparllla,
decided to have me give It a trial. I have taken
It regularly, using nearly ten bottles. All tho
sores hut two are hoalod and theso aro nearly
wcll.Ihavo thrown away my crutches as lean
walk, go to school aud do soino work. I have
a good appetite and real good health nnd
have Incrcusod In weight very much. Hood's
Sni Hap.u llla lias been a blessing to me." Wn,
mam Johnson, Normunvllle, Pennsylvania.
Hood's Pills are the best family cathorUo,
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400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
1 Case Cream Shaker Flannel, worth 6c. a
. yard, heavy AT 2C.
1 Case Bleached Twill Toweling, worth 5c.
ayard AT la
1 Case New Style Calicoes, worth 7c. a yd.,
1 Case Unbleached Sheeting, 1 yard wide,
7c. quality, T
1 Case Red Outing Flannel, fast colors,
worth 12 l-2c. a yard, AT 7Wft
N MONDAY, 0 Spncfals,
2a pjr cout. boluw cost.
Millinery at Dry Goods prices. Ladies'
Jackets and Capes at one-half price to close out.
Great Bargains in every department
Remember, The Fair
THE LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
Largest Retailers of
from China and Japan.
One entire room
Oriental and Domestic
Rugs and Art Squares.
Torchor-Goorfjo, what's a dollarf
Goorgo An exclusive bubblo vory easily
Ten; her-Wrong. Charles, what's a dollar?
Charlo9-A Porous Plaster to heal all wounds
Toncher-No! Richard, what's a dollar?
HI chard A tiny thing which some pcoplo
bring so closo to thoir eyos that it obscuros
all heavjn and helL
Teachor-Not quito; William, what's a dol
Teacher Harold, that's a dollarf
Harold. It's one hundred coots, because I
heard my mothor say she always got one hun
dred cents' worth for every dollar's wor th
Bho buys at the Eoonomy Furniture Co.'.
Wyoming- avonuo, and that Is why my big
sister got married and got her houas fur
furnished complete at the Keonoigy on their
Liberal Credit System.
Toacher Correct; go to t ho h(ad. YouarA
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Boys' Clothing Department
ON MONDAY, 8 Specials,
2j por cent below coat.
Leading House for
Oil Cloths, Linoleums,
and Upholstery Goods.
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